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Wehwalt is an individual in the sense defined by the german philosopher Max Stirner in his book Der Einzige und sein Eigentum ( The ego an dits own).
He always refused to be limited to movements and schools. Since 1989, his conception of music leads him to a new attitude of no definition and a quest of new spaces of constant metamorphosis. Polymorphous entity, he gives priority to unique and spontaneous performances, combining unpredictable sonic textures with an inner self poetic inspiration in order to produce a Â« mise en abime Â» and a special kind of pyschic and physical creation.
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Keywords: ambient; soundscapes; sonic textures; avant garde; art sound; experimental music; experimental; electronic; France; Mexico; amp-recs;
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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Subject: extremely good
when I first heard this album I was curious to hear if there was any difference between this and some older "classic" recordings like Francis Dhomont´s "Sous Le Regard D'un Soleil Noir" from 1982 . ofcourse these are very different recordings but I found not only the artistic quality equivalent but also the ability to make what I call abstract music . this genre , abstract music , is very fascinating to me . I believe true abstract music combines all other genres in one . not many artist makes this kind of music and this style has always been quite underground : I guess thats always the case when it comes to not only groundbreaking art , but also when new technology is used by new artists in a new era of time